BILLINGS — Full Forecast
Starting the day off with cold temps and slippery road. Most of the area is in the single digits or teens.
Take a little extra time for your morning commute. Slow down and use caution.
Cool and clear for most of the region today with temps in the 30’s and even low 40’s in some spots.
Winds will start to pick up during the day especially around Livingston, Nye and Big Timber. Could see gusting winds up to 70 MPH. Strong winds expected to persist through Saturday. Travel maybe Hazardous especially if you are driving a truck and or towing a trailer.
Cold and clear with temps in the single digits and teens.
Snow possible in the higher elevations. A few rain or snow showers may spill onto the adjacent foothills but overall dry for most of the region. Temps will move back up into the 40’s and we may even see a 50 in a few spots.
While winds persist in the Livingston area, the Judith Gap/Melville area will also see strong winds build. Gusts could reach 60 MPH and are likely to stay through Saturday. Travel maybe Hazardous especially if you are driving a truck and or towing a trailer.
Saturday - Thursday:
Over the weekend, winds will still be an issue in our region again especially in and around Big Timber and Livingston, but temps will start to get back to seasonal averages. Still chances for snow in the higher elevations, but most of the lower elevations should be spared any precipitation.
Temps will nose into the 50s in several locations Monday, and climb well into the 50s for Tuesday and the rest of the week.